There are interviews conducted by Shonagh Marshall, Emma Wyman, Joyce NG, Marton Perlaki, Brianna Capozzi, Charlie Engman and Georgina Pragnell exploring their mind-set and ideals in terms of clothing and the body.
The Illinois-born Norell began designing costumes at Paramount Pictures in Astoria, N.Y., before staking his claim in the American fashion landscape on Seventh Avenue.
The Belgian-born fashionista opens up about her blog, her book and her unending quest for vintage pieces.
Published by Rizzoli, the “Gio-Graphy: Fun in the Wild World of Fashion” book makes its global debut this month.
The coffee table book features more than 100 interviews with some of the industry’s biggest players, including Virgil Abloh, Alexander Wang, Kobe Bryant and Serena Williams.
A look at how the Redzepi household eats when off-duty from the Nordic restaurant Noma.
“Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine” will be published on Oct. 24.
The photographer reflects on his 40-year career, during which he lensed the likes of Prince, Michael Jackson and Madonna.
The coffee table book features photographs, quotes and mini-profiles of famous women — both real and fictional.
NBC’s Al Roker, Matt Lauer, Hoda Kotb, Bobbie Thomas and Willie Geist (who now coanchors MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”) turned up at the rooftop cocktail party.
Before a signing for their new book, Grace Coddington and Michael Roberts discussed their decades-long friendship and many-sided careers.